Tags » Vietnamese Cuisine

Vietnam: 9 foods you have to try!

Honestly, if I could do a food tour of the world, I would. Who doesn’t like trying the foods of the place to where they travel? 940 more words


Banh canh Trang Bang

BÁNH CANH TRẢNG BÀNG is a kind of pork noodle soup and “Trảng Bàng dew-wetted rice paper” (Vietnamese: Bánh tráng phơi sương Trảng Bàng), served with boiled pork, local herbs and Vietnamese fish sauce. 401 more words

Vietnamese Cuisine

Banh canh tom

BÁNH CANH TÔM or Thick rice noodle soup with prawn in a rich coconut gravy. BANH CANH is a thick RICE NOODLE, you can make by yourself as… 216 more words

Vietnamese Cuisine

Banh canh gio heo

BÁNH CANH GIÒ HEO or Vietnamese thick-rice noodle (Called BÁNH CANH, See BANH CANH recipe) soup with pork trotters. It is usually for breakfast and now they enjoy any time in a day. 322 more words

Vietnamese Cuisine

Banh canh cua

BÁNH CANH is thick Vietnamese noodle that looks quite like Japanese udon which has the thickness of a chopstick, more or less. BÁNH CANH CUA is a soup of BÁNH CANH and crab meat as a major ingredient. 445 more words

Vietnamese Cuisine

Banh canh

BANH CANH (Vietnamese: Bánh canh) (literally “cake soup”) is a thick Vietnamese noodle that can be made from tapioca flour or a mixture of rice and tapioca flour. 425 more words

Vietnamese Cuisine

Spring roll

Vietnamese Spring roll or Fried SPRING ROLL, Southern Vietnam: Chả giò, Northern Vietnam: NEM RÁN.

There can often be confusion as to what exactly is meant by NEM depending on the circumstances. 491 more words

Vietnamese Cuisine